View Asghar Ghori’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Asghar has 19 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on . Asghar Ghori (BS Engineering) is a seasoned Linux/UNIX expert with over 25 to his name and several certifications, Asghar is also ITIL Certified and PMP. Red Hat Certified System Administrator & Engineer (RHCSA and RHCE): Training Guide and a Deskside Reference, RHEL 6 (Exams Ex & Ex). Asghar.
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Hello, I just bought this one: It brings some material but not at the level expected for this exam. I think axghar should be able to only use the RHEL 6 version of the book because a good part of the exam objectives is exactly the same. However, you will need to learn Systemd seriously.
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I am now reading it for RHCE. I am following the exercises and labs. I am on chapter 19 and so far I do not seem to have any issues. I visited his website for errata and noticed he posted procedures on OpenLDAP and Kerberos server configuration to test the client settings provided in the book. I am shooting for the CE exam next month. I discussed with Asghar Ghori before writing the review of his book. The instructions are great and easy to comprehend. The author had been very responsive.
I got answers to my questions within a day. I have both Asghar and Sander book. Unfortunately I have to say that both of them have mistakes.
So you have to be very careful when studying from these books. Hi Sorry, I did not want to blame anyone. I have only read first 4 chapters from RHCE part. In asfhar world surely sssd is preferred, but not in exam. There are several issues with sssd: Sssd will not start if not correct permissions are set.
I will not discuss what you said. About the Performance Reporting chapter, one of the proofreader was the author of a performance-related package. I can tell you that he knew his stuff. That made me confuse on which book to get? This is a very difficult question for me. How legit is this book?
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There are other areas where I found it very hard going to just read it. This site and a few others has saved my ass on a few of these topics. I personally found it OK on this part. Now, other arguably better books are available. I am very thank full for this article. Can you also give us an review about the second edition? Is it revised and has less typos? I also found no trace of the 2nd edition.
Any hint about ghorri to find it? And will start preparing for RHCE following the same book again! Between the time I started preparation and took the exam was 11days only. But let me tell you…RHEL-7 is a new beast. And it seems I tamed it! Pat at my back …. I thought I could bypass the issue by leaving it to DHCP which worked fine but it eventually caught up with me few Chapters later precisely in Chapter 6. I would create two virtual machines server1 and server2 with Virtual Box.
On the network side, you have normally three types of configuration: NAT mode you use the host network interface in a non-transparent way: You cannot turn a VirtualBox guest into a hypervisor. Now on a networking side, which method network adapter do you use? Check here if unsure: If you want to assign IPs yourself, use internal, bridged or Host-only adapters.
Asghar Ghori gave you a shout out at the bottom of this website page http: I also searched with google for a solution but there is not much information about that. I agree with CertDepot. I believe ggori was implemented with in the GUI Panel. This is one of the changes between Centos 6. There is effectively almost no information on this point. You should expect RHEL 7. The majority of people reported RHEL 7.
Hi, I hope this would be the right thread to post this theme, I am looking for someone to recommend me a book so I can prepare the EX and EX certifications, if you can only recommend me some part of a book that may cover well the topics, it also helps me. Autofs is explained a little and about the repository, it only explains how to create your own repo, locally, not using http and its GPG key.
Thank you very much. As explained in my webpage about book review https: I advise you to read it. Repository creation is simple is you check any of the existing.
For example, this would asgha and enable a repository for the given URL. On a client machine, install autofs: What do you think is the most difficult RHCE 7 topic? Share this link Twitter 0.
Please Login to comment. Hi guys, How legit is this book? Hey Cert, Asghar Ghori gave you a shout out at the bottom of this asghqr page http: Upcoming Events Local Time. Task of the day. Follow me on Twitter. Poll for favorite RHEL 7 book.
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